Posted November 05, 2011 on rutgers.scout.com
PISCATAWAY, N.J. — In a thrilling overtime victory, Rutgers has plenty of reasons to remember the fifth of November. In a 20-17 overtime victory over South Florida, Chas Dodd came off the bench and led the Scarlet Knights back to bowl eligibility.
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